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This week we seek to settle an age-old debate: do you read the foreward first, or wait until you've read the book?
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this year, we published a lot of pieces that we’re proud of—but we also gazed with greed into other magazines, for we are sinful mortals and cannot help but covet our neighbors’ freelancers and features.
“Five Thirty Eight’s gun-deaths package really took the conversation to the next step, by making the statistics intuitive to understand and by pairing the stats with stories.” —Francie Diep“Why Obamacare Enrollees Voted for Trump,” by Sarah Kliff on Vox.